- 1 Are Renault Clios reliable?
- 2 How many miles does a Renault last?
- 3 Do Renault Clio hold their value?
- 4 Are Renault Clios expensive to repair?
- 5 What problems do Renault Clios have?
- 6 Is 1.5 dCi a good engine?
- 7 Are Renault Megane reliable?
- 8 How many miles can you get out of a Renault Megane?
- 9 Are Renault Clio a good car?
- 10 What used cars NOT to buy?
- 11 Are Renaults expensive to repair?
- 12 How far can you drive with the petrol light on?
- 13 When the fuel light comes on how much is left?
- 14 How far can my car go on Empty?
Are Renault Clios reliable?
The Clio appears to be pretty reliable, and it’s one of the safest superminis on sale. The latest Clio is the safest yet – it achieved a full five stars when tested by industry body Euro NCAP, with impressive adult, child and assistance ratings of 96%, 89% and 75% respectively.
How many miles does a Renault last?
At a guess, I would say you’d get about 130,000 miles out of any Renault engine, petrol or diesel. There have been a few threads about engines giving up the ghost on this forum, and 130,000 seems to be about when this will happen. That said, Clios seem to be a lot more durable than most, and Lagunas/Espaces a lot less.
Do Renault Clio hold their value?
There’s no two ways about it – the Clio doesn’t hold its value very well on the used market. This is partly due to Renault’s lingering reputation for making somewhat fragile and unreliable cars and partly due to the fact that the Clio isn’t considered as prestigious or desirable as a Volkswagen Polo.
Are Renault Clios expensive to repair?
The Renault Clio has a reliability index of 63 which is very good, and an average repair cost of £252.77. It appears that the main problems with the Clio come down to the electrics and axle and suspension, both accounting for 32.76% of problems.
What problems do Renault Clios have?
The Clio has been recalled twice over possible issues with how protectors on the brake hoses were fitted. In the worse case scenario this could result in wear to the hoses that causes fluid to leak, ultimately reducing braking performance (you’ll also see a warning light on the dash).
Is 1.5 dCi a good engine?
1.5 dCi Problems & Reliability. The 1.5 dCi engine has been praised from the very beginning for good dynamics and low fuel consumption, already after 60,000 km struggled with serious problems. Due to Delphi’s delicate injectors, it was not resistant to lower quality fuel.
Are Renault Megane reliable?
Reliability Survey, it’s worth noting that the Megane itself did pretty well, scoring a solid 83% overall. That suggests that it should be a pretty dependable buy.
How many miles can you get out of a Renault Megane?
Renault decided to increase the service frequency of later cars to every 12 months, imposing a 12,000 mile limit for petrol engines and an 18,000-mile cap for diesels.
Are Renault Clio a good car?
The latest Renault Clio is the best yet, sitting right at the top of its class alongside the ever-popular Ford Fiesta. The Clio is a high-quality item despite its competitive pricing and feels a near-perfect combination of practicality, standard equipment and stylish showroom appeal.
What used cars NOT to buy?
30 Used Cars Consumer Reports Gave the ‘Never Buy’ Label
- Chrysler Town & Country. Chrysler’s new minivan will hopefully rate better than Town & Country.
- BMW X5. 2012 BMW X5 | BMW.
- Ford Fiesta. Compact cars by Ford had a bad run between 2011 and 2014 | Ford.
- Ram 1500.
- Volkswagen Jetta.
- Cadillac Escalade.
- Audi Q7.
- Fiat 500.
Are Renaults expensive to repair?
Renaults, Skodas, Fiats and Fords rank among the cheapest cars to repair, according to a new survey. For the majority of drivers, how much they can trust that car to get them from A to B is most important.
How far can you drive with the petrol light on?
We asked 1,000 Brits how far they believe they can drive, on average, once the fuel warning light has lit up and 37% think it’s less than 20 miles. However, our research has revealed that in an emergency, you’d actually be able to drive over double that distance ( around 50 miles ), before running out of petrol.
When the fuel light comes on how much is left?
As a general rule, most cars have about 2.5 gallons left in the tank when the gas light comes on. So depending on how many miles you get per gallon, you can probably go anywhere between 30-60 miles.
How far can my car go on Empty?
Some popular car models can make it between 30 and 50 miles after the fuel light goes on, according to a study by Pick Analysis. The average Chevrolet Silverado will continue for about 33 miles beyond empty. Smaller cars like the Volkswagen Jetta average about 43 miles and the Toyota Corolla tops the list at 47 miles.